Black Friday deal on English Family History Course


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The Family History Researcher Academy Black Friday discount!
The Family History Researcher Academy has a Black Friday offer on their family history course: Beginning English/Welsh family history. Delivered by email to your inbox, these modules lift the lid on the records and resources to use when searching for English/Welsh ancestors.

If you sign up between now and the 7th December using the special link then you can take advantage of a month’s trail for £1 and receive one module a week in the first four weeks, plus extra bonus reports aimed at finding elusive ancestors in the English/Welsh records. If you like what you see, and decide to stay on, then you’ll be able to subscribe to the rest of the course for £7.27 a month, a 27% saving on the regular subscription rate.

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The course is packed with a year’s worth of material on the many different resources and records that family history researchers can use to tackle ancestors from England and Wales. Subscribers, however, are not locked into completing the full training and can cancel at any time.

Complied by Nick Thorne, who has experience of researching ancestors for private clients and of working on various projects for one of the leading British genealogical research websites, this course has had tremendous feedback from those who bought the training. Nick has contributed articles for publication, in various U.K. family history magazines, on genealogy websites and he also writes this blog under the pen name of The Nosey Genealogist.

The course, that  has been put together, consists of 52 weekly lessons that are delivered by email for the students to complete at their own pace. The modules explore the different resources, data sets and documents that reveal more about English or Welsh ancestry. They allow the reader to become a much more knowledgeable researcher, with the tools to break down their brick walls. The course is written from a practical point of view, with various lessons contributed by professional genealogists, online data experts and by Nick himself.

Nick Thorne said: “In 2013 I distilled much of my knowledge about the subject into the Family History Researcher Academy course and launched it on to the market. I am overjoyed by the continuing positive reaction that I’ve had from many of the students who have taken the course in that time”.

Examples of unsolicited testimonials received and reproduced with the senders permission:
“I am finding the course very useful, even though I have being doing family history for many years.” Kind regards, H. Stephens.

“I would like to thank you for the resources, which I have received weekly, they are very interesting and informative, also a big thank you for the brilliant customer service .” P. Beilby.

“Hi Nick. Thank you very much for this series. I have learnt such a lot and it has increased my knowledge considerably.” A. Vallis.

“The lessons are very good and I would recommend them to anyone” M. Lynn.

“You communicate in an understandable way! Just wanted to thank you for the 52 very interesting lessons. I have them all indexed and saved and will refer back on a regular basis. I very much enjoyed the snippets of social history around the subject, this is so important when doing your own history.” P. Martin.

Topics covered in the 12 months include:
The census collections
The Parish records
The Parish Chest
Dade Registers
County Record offices and the valuable treasures they contain
Religious records
Clandestine marriages
City and Town Directories
Census substitutes
Royal Navy
Merchant Navy
The Workhouse
Poor Law
Death records
Rural ancestors
Black sheep
Genetics and DNA
Maps and Charts
The National Archives
Other depositories
Family Search Centres
Manorial records
and more!

The Family History Researcher Academy is offering a Special Offer Trial of just £1 for the first month there after a 27% reduction on the regular monthly subscription. Receive 4 modules plus bonus content by going to:

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